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Gamirasu Cave Hotel

From the series “Hotels Harmoniously Built into the Natural Landscape”
The experienced travelers who visited Cappadocia know that the ancient subterranean cities are one of the main attractions of this region. These cities and cave monasteries were built by the first Christians more than 1,000 years ago. Today, some of the strange subterranean cities have been converted into the so-called cave hotels. One of the most beautiful is called Gamirasu, which was opened in the building of the ancient Byzantine monastery.

At the disposal of the hotel guests are 18 wonderful cave-rooms, the walls of which are covered with the volcanic stone and characterized by the high sound insulation. In addition, the wall layer creates a special microclimate in the caves. In the summer it is cool here, and in winter it is always warm, so you can relax in the cave hotel at any … Read all

Museum of Hair

From the series “Strange, Weird and Unusual Museums Amusing its Visitors”
Guests of the Cappadocia region can take a break in the recreation by visiting the original museum, which houses the world's largest collection of women's hair. The museum is located in the tiny town of Avanos and was founded by the locals named Chez Galip. The history of the museum foundation is incredibly interesting and romantic. In 1979, the founder separated himself from his lover, who left him a curl of hair.

It became the first exhibit of the future museum, whose collection today consists of more than 16,000 curls. At that time, Chez Galip had a small pottery store, which the women often visited to buy a new milk jug or the dishes. He told them of his sad story, and the moved women also made the hair-locks to the in love potter. Gradually the unusual collection became bigger and … Read all
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Iceland Wants to Open Its Doors for Vaccinated Tourists

Starting from May 1, Iceland will use the ECDC risk code. Tourists coming from low-risk countries (green and yellow) will no need to undergo a quarantine lock if they have a negative PCR test. At the moment, 30 individuals are hospitalized in Iceland due to the infection, and additional 24 people are in quarantine because they interacted with sick people. No one is hospitalized due to COVID-19. Read this


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Ataturk was a great supporter of the idea of church and state separation. Therefore, in 1935 he made a decision to turn Hagia Sophia into a museum. This is when the plaster was removed. Arabic inscriptions dominate in the basilica, but you can find several Christian icons here, including the mosaic depicting Saint John Chrysostomos. The north wing of the building is the location of a special column made of marble and bronze. According to an old legend, the holy water trickles from the column. … Read more
Tourists from all over the world visit the town of Goreme in the Nevsehir Province. This settlement differs from other Turkish cities by its interesting houses made inside caves and near them. Each window offers a spectacular view, and rocks close to cute white houses add a mesmerizing and even somewhat alien look. When taking a stroll in the city, you will feel how charming this place is. Moreover, local people are very friendly and hospitable, so a vacation in Goreme has everything to be … Read more
There are a number of unique archaeological areas located in the vicinity of Antalya; not more than half an hour drive separates the city from an ancient amphitheatre of Aspendos. More than 2 000 years ago, it was on the territory of a large prosperous city, this vast amphitheatre could simultaneously accommodate up to 50000 spectators. Through the efforts of modern archaeologists, the amphitheatre was rebuilt almost in its original form, and today the restored construction is the venue of … Read more
Ankara also features a number of unusual attractions, such as the locomotives museum, located in the Maltepe district. This open-air museum was founded back in 1924, and it is possible to see old portages of different eras, and even go inside of them. Part of the museum is an old two-storey building, with an overall area of 680 sq. meters. This building represented a diverse collection of artefacts, here you can see the old lights, antique documents, and portions of devices that were used by … Read more
For those fond of historical attractions, a visit to the ancient castle of Cleopatra is highly recommended. It is situated on top of a mountain, with a fortress offering a fascinating view of the city and the surrounding areas. This fortress was built in the 13th century by order of Sultan Ala al-Dina Key-Kubad. Beyond the walls of an impregnable fortress many buildings are hidden, including the most beautiful Sultan's palace and the mosque, a mint and a few dozen houses. Today the fortress … Read more
In the territory of the resort and in its immediate vicinity, many interesting antique attractions were preserved. An excellent example is the Library of Celsus. This ancient Roman library was built in 136, during the reign of Emperor Hadrian. At that time, there were about 12,000 scrolls in its walls. Even now, the preserved fragments of the building allow us to fully appreciate how large the library was. Researchers managed to restore part of its facade with columns. Initially, the height of … Read more
Spa guests will have an opportunity to visit the old knight's fortress. It was built in Antiquity to protect the coast. The last major reconstruction of the fortress was held in the 15th century by the Knights of the Order of the Johannites. The once massive construction has maintained only partially to this day. Fragments of the fortress are found at a hillock. A beautiful panoramic view of the coast opens out of here. Lovers of nature are offered interesting tours to the Kabak Valley, which … Read more
Fans of excursions will enjoy the Museum of Underwater Archeology, it presents findings of divers of different periods. One of the most valuable and unusual exhibits is a ship that belonged to the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, as well as the found on board jewellery. The most incredible exhibit is a Byzantine ship that sank hundreds of years ago. The uniqueness of the ship lies in the fact that it was able to be perfectly preserved for many centuries later.  For nature lovers in Bodrum, very … Read more - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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